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|blessed||Restores all lost statistics to their previous maximum amount.|
|uncursed||Restores one random lost statistic to its previous maximum amount.|
If the potion hits a monster, it is restored to maximum hit points.
If you breathe its vapors, the effects are as for quaffing.
|"Wow! This makes you feel great!"||The potion was blessed|
|"Wow! This makes you feel better!"||The potion was blessed, but there are still other things wrong with you|
|"Wow! This makes you feel good!"||The potion was uncursed|
|"Ulch! This makes you feel mediocre!"||The potion was cursed|
|"<monster> looks sound and hale again."||The potion hit <monster>|
|"Ulch! That potion smells terrible!"||You inhaled the vapors of the cursed potion|
|"Your eyes sting."||You would have inhaled the vapors of the cursed potion, but are unbreathing|
This potion is completely safe to quaff, even if the BUC status is unknown.
The effects of this potion are completely superseded by a unicorn horn, the only difference being that this potion is 100% reliable, whereas even a blessed unicorn horn has a chance of doing nothing. It is therefore a prime candidate for dilution.
In SLASH'EM, the potion of restore ability has an important new use: magical polymorphing is usually temporary, and items and monsters will revert to their original form with time. If you dip a polymorphed item into a potion of restore ability, its new form will be "fixed" and become permanent.
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